Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering


The Computer Engineering Program prepares a culturally diverse student population for successful professional careers in computer engineering at the local, regional and global levels. The Program is designed to ensure excellence in the rapidly-evolving field of computer engineering, while emphasizing the role of general education, ethical and social responsibility, and life-long learning in the personal and professional growth of future computer engineers.


Program Goals

In support of its mission, the Computer Engineering Program strives to produce graduates who will…

  • Pursue successful professional careers in computer engineering or related fields.
  • Remain updated through graduate education and professional certification.
  • Benefit their communities by practicing their profession responsibly and ethically.
  • Excel as team leaders, communicators, and project managers in multicultural environments.
  • Share their knowledge through training and development opportunities.


Program Learning Outcomes

Computer Engineering graduates will be able to…

  1. Apply knowledge of calculus, discrete math, statistics, and engineering sciences.
  2. Design and conduct experiments, perform simulations, and analyze and interpret relevant data.
  3. Use the modern tools, techniques, and software necessary for computer engineering practice.
  4. Identify, formulate, and solve problems involving both hardware and software components.
  5. Design integrated hardware-software systems within realistic technical and non-technical constraints.
  6. Communicate technical information effectively in written, oral, and graphical formats.
  7. Work in multicultural intra-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary teams.
  8. Explain the role of ethical and professional responsibility in computer engineering practice.
  9. Discuss the global impact of computer engineering solutions on the economy, environment, and society.
  10. Demonstrate familiarity with modern trends and current issues in computer engineering.
  11. Engage in lifelong learning through research and educational experiences outside the classroom.


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